A deep tissue massage is firmer than a relaxation massage, aiming to reach the deeper muscle layers and tissues to release tension. However, some people could wonder about the reason why they experience some pain or sickness after a massage.
Tired muscles grab on to other muscles around them for support. Over time, they glue together, hardening and losing their flexibilities. A massage therapist identifies knots and works muscles from one another, restoring a range of motion.However, after releasing the toxins that have been building up, now it is the immune system’s turn to deal with them.
One may go to the toilet more often than usual, which is normal because it means the body is getting rid of these waste toxins. Therefore, it’s important to drink a lot of water after a deep tissue massage to help flush lactic acid out of the tissues and to avoid getting dehydrated. Without having enough water, one might be sore the next day. After that, soreness should pass within a day or so.
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